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President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Seriti commission of Inquiry on August 12, 2014 in Pretoria. Ramaphosa defended his role during the August 2012 mining unrest. He said he did not tell former police minister Nathi Mthethwa how to intervene in the  strike. Photo: Gallo Images / Foto24 / Herman Verwey
President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Seriti commission of Inquiry on August 12, 2014 in Pretoria. Ramaphosa defended his role during the August 2012 mining unrest. He said he did not tell former police minister Nathi Mthethwa how to intervene in the strike. Photo: Gallo Images / Foto24 / Herman Verwey

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The group of workers, some injured and later arrested for the murder of their own colleagues at the hands of the police, have been able to amend their papers in the high court in Johannesburg against Ramaphosa in his personal capacity and Sibanye-Stillwater (which acquired Lonmin a few years after the massacre).

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